LONDON (Reuters) – Britain publishes plans on Thursday to keep trade flowing freely between its constituent nations when regulatory powers are reclaimed from the European Union at the end of the year
By Herbert Lash NEW YORK (Reuters) – World shares strode to four-month highs on Wednesday as hopes for a coronavirus vaccine offset rising U.S.
(Reuters) – Billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc on Wednesday named Walt Disney Co executive Michael Colglazier as its new chief executive officer, sending its
By Stephen Nellis (Reuters) – Apple Inc on Wednesday expanded its news offerings with audio versions of stories narrated by voice actors for subscribers, a morning newscast hosted by two
By Ernest Scheyder (Reuters) – U.S. rare earths miner MP Materials will go public in a $1.47 billion deal by merging with a private-equity backed blank-check company, underscoring Wall Street’s rising
By Kate Duguid Risk sentiment revived in currency markets on Wednesday as progress toward a COVID-19 vaccine helped equities rebound and commodity currencies strengthen, pushing the dollar to a
ZURICH (Reuters) – UBS will no longer be informed or be able to contest customer data the Swiss tax authorities hand over to counterparties in France investigating alleged tax avoidance, a
By Devika Krishna Kumar NEW YORK (Reuters) – Oil prices rose 2% on Wednesday, supported by a sharp drop in U.S. crude inventories, but further gains were limited as OPEC and its allies are set to ease
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc has extended a work-from-home policy until Jan. 8 and is continuing to ask employees to defer all non-essential travel, a spokeswoman said on Wednesday.